NO COMPUTERS, NO CARS
Can you live without your computer? Can you wear a watch? Do you know anyone who can’t?
In a time not long from now, there are people whose life paths are determined by such simple details. Legally recognized as electromagnetics, or “Readers,” they are a twist in evolution, an anomaly in a society that has become technologically dependent. Considered second-class citizens because of their heightened electromagnetic fields, Readers can’t wear watches, get too close to a TV, or even drive for fear they will shut down the car’s electrical system. Computers become worthless doorstops quickly around Readers. Career prospects are limited.
Reader Jeanne Muir can’t believe her luck when she’s unexpectedly offered a new job. But she hasn’t been told that her job description includes being framed for a crime she didn’t commit. Knowing she was set up and the odds are against her, Jeanne can’t let herself be taken in — and risks asking mysterious, sexy Ran Owata, a fellow Reader who is no longer accepted among their kind, for help.
Can she trust him? Does she have a choice?
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